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Chapter Advisory Council Revitalized
April 7, 2016 – As part of the continuing support network for EAA chapters, seven chapter leaders from throughout the country have volunteered to serve on a rejuvenated Chapter Advisory Council. The council first began in the 1990s as a way to build the links from local chapters to EAA headquarters. As the chapter office continues to build its resources, an advisory council is a great help to discuss challenges that chapters face, share successful ideas, and continue to build the bond between local chapters and fellow EAA members at headquarters in Oshkosh. The council’s first teleconference is later this month, with regular discussions in the coming months.
Thanks to those who have stepped forward to serve: Darlene Ford of EAA Chapter 9 in Columbus, Ohio; John Maxfield of EAA Chapter 113 in Canton, Michigan; Norm Isler of EAA Chapter 44 in Rochester/Brockport, New York; Gordon Davis of EAA Chapter 1522 in Cynthiana, Kentucky; Matthew Simmons of EAA Chapter 288 in Daytona Beach, Florida; Jim O’Brien of EAA Chapter 1 in Riverside, California; and Joyce Woods of EAA Chapter 179 in Albuquerque, New Mexico.